phonon

Phonon - What does it mean?

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Phonon vs Phono - What's the difference?

phonon | phono |


As nouns the difference between phonon and phono

is that phonon is (physics) the quantum of acoustic or vibrational energy (sound), considered a discrete particle rather than a wave while phono is phonograph.

Phonon vs Phononics - What's the difference?

phonon | phononics |


In physics|lang=en terms the difference between phonon and phononics

is that phonon is (physics) the quantum of acoustic or vibrational energy (sound), considered a discrete particle rather than a wave while phononics is (physics) the branch of physics concerned with phonons.

As nouns the difference between phonon and phononics

is that phonon is (physics) the quantum of acoustic or vibrational energy (sound), considered a discrete particle rather than a wave while phononics is (physics) the branch of physics concerned with phonons.

Phonon vs Phononless - What's the difference?

phonon | phononless |


As a noun phonon

is (physics) the quantum of acoustic or vibrational energy (sound), considered a discrete particle rather than a wave.

As an adjective phononless is

that does not involve phonons.

Phonon vs Vibron - What's the difference?

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Phonon is a see also of vibron.


In physics|lang=en terms the difference between phonon and vibron

is that phonon is (physics) the quantum of acoustic or vibrational energy (sound), considered a discrete particle rather than a wave while vibron is (physics) a quantum of intramolecular vibration.

As nouns the difference between phonon and vibron

is that phonon is (physics) the quantum of acoustic or vibrational energy (sound), considered a discrete particle rather than a wave while vibron is (physics) a quantum of intramolecular vibration.

Phonon vs Multiphonon - What's the difference?

phonon | multiphonon |


As a noun phonon

is (physics) the quantum of acoustic or vibrational energy (sound), considered a discrete particle rather than a wave.

As an adjective multiphonon is

concerning multiple phonons.

Phonon vs Magnetophonon - What's the difference?

phonon | magnetophonon |


In physics|lang=en terms the difference between phonon and magnetophonon

is that phonon is (physics) the quantum of acoustic or vibrational energy (sound), considered a discrete particle rather than a wave while magnetophonon is (physics) the magnetoacoustic equivalent of a phonon.

As nouns the difference between phonon and magnetophonon

is that phonon is (physics) the quantum of acoustic or vibrational energy (sound), considered a discrete particle rather than a wave while magnetophonon is (physics) the magnetoacoustic equivalent of a phonon.

Phonon vs Flexon - What's the difference?

phonon | flexon |


In physics|lang=en terms the difference between phonon and flexon

is that phonon is (physics) the quantum of acoustic or vibrational energy (sound), considered a discrete particle rather than a wave while flexon is (physics) a flexural phonon.

As nouns the difference between phonon and flexon

is that phonon is (physics) the quantum of acoustic or vibrational energy (sound), considered a discrete particle rather than a wave while flexon is (physics) a flexural phonon.

Phonon vs Phononisaseealsoofphotonphotonisaseealsoofphonon - What's the difference?

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Phonon vs Mobile - What's the difference?

phonon | mobile |


As nouns the difference between phonon and mobile

is that phonon is (physics) the quantum of acoustic or vibrational energy (sound), considered a discrete particle rather than a wave while mobile is a sculpture or decorative arrangement made of items hanging so that they can move independently from each other ().

As an adjective mobile is

capable of being moved.

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